Huh, well how about that... After installing new LED brake lights (dual filament 7443 type) it appears that cruise control doesn't work if you have your lights on. Works perfectly otherwise. I did some reading, it looks like perhaps the LEDs are not drawing much current when the lights are on, so *A* system thinks your brake lights are out. Cruise control will cancel if you touch your brakes. From this, I can only assume they're tapping into the light circuit? I have to wonder, why would Honda design a system like this, when you'd think it should really be based off a hydraulic pressure switch from the brake servo... Any ideas? Apart from using load resistors or going back to incandescent?